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Patrick DiDomenico
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Have you met Alexa? She is the voice of Amazon Echo, Amazon.com’s new artificially-intelligent device that listens to you and answers your questions. And with the latest software upgrade, it (she?) has entered the home automation arena and can perform some tasks around the house.  If you are still trying to wrap your head around this, think of Echo as Apple’s Siri technology inside a black cylinder about nine inches high and three inches in diameter, with a blue-green LED circle around the top rim. Unlike Siri (designed to be mobile on Apple’s iPhone and iPad), Echo plugs into an electrical outlet, connects to your WiFi network, and sits on a table waiting for you to ask questions or give commands. Read more... [click link]

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On the future of KM: I’m reluctant to make any predictions about the future of knowledge management because in the worst case scenario, I’ll be completely wrong. In the best, we’ll all shrug and say, “Well, that was obvious.”

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Legal Technology Friends: Here's and idea about vendor emails that are generated from conference registrations: Require vendors to insert a hashtag (or other unique code) in the subject line of emails (e.g., ‪#‎LTNYAD‬ ‪#‎ILTA14AD‬ ) so that recipients can easily filter them or route them with an Outlook rule to a separate folder to keep them out of your inbox.

Google Chrome Extension question regarding Auto Copy extension.  
This was working fine, but just seems to have stopped working.  Does anyone have insights into why or how to fix it?

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Lawyers: Are you seeing challenging RFP questions about KM? I'd love to see some examples.

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Readers of the blog know that for the past few weeks, I have been crowd sourcing comments for my KM book that will be published by the ABA in early 2014.  Thanks to all who have commented here and sent me emails with other comments.  Last week we talked about disappointment and failure.  This week, a more rosy topic: the future of KM. I think that the future of KM is bright for at least two reasons (several more, really).  First, KM is necessary because ...
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